Summer International Educational Experiences
Students from the schools of Health Professions, Medicine and Nursing are encouraged to have international educational experiences available in the summer.
Health Professions Students, M1s and N3s
- Child Family Health International place-based programs
- Himalayan Health Exchange
- C.E.L.A. Belize Programs: Global Perspectives in Health; One Health; Community Health Nursing; Nursing 4 Week Experience
- Community Health in Ghana, sponsored by the Department of Respiratory Care and Diagnostic Science
- Health Sciences and Spanish at the University of Santiago de Compostela, Spain
- Virtual International Educational Experiences
- Go India Initiative place-based programs
Health Professions Students and N3s
- The Robinson-Mani International Studies Award was established to assist students who want to complete an International Educational Experience at the Christian Medical College in Vellore, India. Nine students, three per school, annually are given this award to complete a clinical rotation.
- Nutrition Community Program in Barbados with Nutrition Abroad 4 Nutrition Students. This experience is designed for any degree seeking student, but especially for those in a nutrition or health related fields. From the moment you step foot on Bajan soil to the moment you leave it, you will be learning and gaining a deeper understanding and appreciation for the impact nutrition can make.
- Therapy Abroad Programs offers a wide range of programs for undergraduate college students, recent graduates, post-bacc, graduate students, and professionals.
During the summer following their first year, students can earn elective credit through a highly individualized IEE that explores a specific topic of interest. Students can conduct independent research, gain clinical or laboratory experience, practice language skills and explore learning and living in a different culture. Clendening and King Summer Fellowships, sponsored by the Department of History and Philosophy of Medicine, provide significant funding for M1 summer research.